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2005-400


In this week's OHPE feature article, past and present team members reflect on 400 issues worth of work on the OHPE! In 400.2, we note a number of related resources including a list of health promotion and public health oriented email listservs and e-bulletins.



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In last week's issue, Linda Kurtz, author of Self-Help and Support Groups: A Handbook for Practitioners was wrongly identified as Linda Katz. The feature article is now corrected.

volume: 
2005
number: 
400
pubdate: 
20050218
published: 
eid: 
400

A Special Invitation: 12th Annual H. David Archibald Lecture

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2:00-3:30 p.m.

Centre for Addiction and Mental Health, Room 2029, Meeting Centre, 33 Russell Street



Presenter: Tim Stockwell, PhD, Director, Centre for Addictions Research of British Columbia, and Professor, Department of Psychology, University of Victoria



Topic: Reducing Harm When Young People Drink: What Works and What is Acceptable?



For information, please contact the Education & Publishing Department at email ets@camh.net, fax (416) 595-6644, or tel (416) 595-6020.

Andrea's Voice -- Silenced by Bulimia

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Council Chambers, North York Civic Centre

10:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.



FADE, Family and Friends Against Disordered Eating, is sponsoring a very special couple, Doris and Tom Smeltzer from NAPA Valley, California, who are coming to Toronto to speak. The Smeltzers have been giving their presentation on eating disorders to elected officials, educators, medical professionals, therapists, parents, and individuals struggling with eating disorders all across North America.


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